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Assorted links for 10/14/2019

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1. This Is What Adapting to Climate Change Looks Like (climate, The Atlantic) 2. Cows Need Friends to Be Happy (nature, The Atlantic) 3. Why it’s time to start talking about blockchain ethics by Mike Orcutt (blockchain, MIT Technology Review) 4. Flour power: meet the bread heads baking a better loaf (food, The Guardian) Bonus: The Super Zoom Advertisements

Assorted links for 09/20/2019

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1. People v mosquitos: what to do about our biggest killer by Timothy Winegard (The Guardian) 2. A Stunning New Study Shows How Fast North America’s Birds Are Disappearing (Mother Jones) and The Quiet Disappearance of Birds in North America (The Atlantic) 3. Superbug hotspots emerging in farms across globe (The Guardian) 4. What the Jeffrey Epstein Case Says About Elite Men (Bloomberg)

Assorted links for 09/09/2019

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1. What If We Stopped Pretending? The climate apocalypse is coming. To prepare for it, we need to admit that we can’t prevent it. by Jonathan Franzen (climate, The New Yorker) 2. Summer heat killed nearly 1,500 in France, officials say (climate, BBC) 3. Whale songs are getting deeper. by Rebecca Giggs (nature, The Atlantic) 4. Big Ag wants a cut of booming fake-meat market (new-food, Reuters) 5. How a Manhattan Scion Built a Rural […]

Animals on the move

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The animal movements movies are truly mesmerizing. If you know similar movies/websites share links in the comments (only full links). “Movebank is a free, online database of animal tracking data hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Animal Behavior. We help animal tracking researchers to manage, share, protect, analyze, and archive their data. The animal tracking data in Movebank belongs to researchers all over the world who choose whether and how to share their data with […]